The first SPFL games of 2016 take place on Saturday, with local derbies dominating the fixture list. Here are four matches to look out for...
Dundee v Dundee United - Ladbrokes Premiership (Sky Sports, 12.30pm)
Dundee's midweek match against Celtic at Dens Park was postponed while United went down 3-2 to Hearts at Tynecastle and remain 10 points adrift at the foot of the table. The Dark Blues are ninth but are just two points outside the top six. It was 2-2 when the teams met at Tannadice back in August - Greg Stewart and James McPake scored late on to earn Dundee a point after United had led through a Blair Spittal double.
Morton v St Mirren - Ladbrokes Championship
The sides have met twice this season and both games have ended in draws. It was 0-0 at Cappielow in August and 1-1 in Paisley in November, when Alex Samuel scored a last-minute leveller after Jack Baird had given Saints the lead. Morton lost their last game 2-1 at home to Raith on December 18 while St Mirren are bidding to bounce back from a 4-1 loss to Livingston on Boxing Day. A win could take Morton into the top four while Saints are aiming to move out of the relegation play-off place.
Dunfermline Athletic v Cowdenbeath - Ladbrokes League 1
Dunfermline go into the game with a six-point lead at the top of the table while Cowdenbeath are just four points outside the play-offs after beating Ayr United 4-2 in midweek. The Pars have already beaten the Blue Brazil 5-1 and 7-1 at East End Park this season but it was 0-0 when the teams met at Central Park on October 31.
Clyde v Queen's Park - Ladbrokes League 2
It could hardly be tighter at the halfway stage, with just two points separating the top four. Annan lead the way but Clyde and Queen's Park are just behind Jim Chapman's men as they prepare to meet at Broadwood. Clyde have won five of their last six matches while Queen's Park are aiming to bounce back from last week's defeat to Berwick. The Spiders won 2-0 at Broadwood in August and it was 1-1 at Hampden in October.